I’ve had several people ask me if I was planning on posting the details of my wedding as they come together. So, I have a few things to share with you, but I’ll just start with the Save the Date cards!
We had beautiful engagement photos taken, a lot of posing with our date. In the end, though, we agreed upon this candid, sweet moment that the photographer caught, between posed pictures. It warms my heart and, for me, sets the tone for the personal, country, lovely wedding we’re hoping to have.
We included our wedding website on the card, which has all of our details as they unfold, including locations, directions, and registries!
Strike up a conversation: If you’re married, did you have Save the Date cards? What did they look like? If you’re not married, would you do Save the Date’s?
I was told by a family member that I should just text or email everyone to “save the date” and then send out real invitations. Immediately I shot that down because I love tradition and I love cards. I’m the only person I know that still sends genuine letters and hand written Thank You notes. This tradition is important to me.